Dalrymple Applauds Groundbreaking for New Dickinson Hospital and Medical Building
BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today said he applauds St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center for breaking ground on a new hospital and medical center that will enhance the growing region’s healthcare services.
“Our communities deserve 21st -century medical services and the new St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Office Building will play a critical role in meeting the region’s healthcare needs,” Gov. Jack Dalrymple said. “I applaud St. Joseph’s Hospital, Catholic Health Initiatives and the community of Dickinson for their vision and commitment to quality healthcare service.”
The new St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Office Building will be built on a 40-acre site near the intersection of Fairway Street and 23rd Avenue West in Dickinson. The medical office building is expected to be completed in the fall of 2013 and the hospital in the fall of 2014.
The hospital and medical office will be connected and together, cover about 178,000 square feet. The hospital will include 16 emergency rooms and room for 25 acute care patients. The three-story Medical Office Building will include a rehabilitation center, an urgent care clinic, a pharmacy, orthopedic clinical services and an ambulatory surgery center.